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The United States Delivers COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Bolivia

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Since July, 2021 the United States has donated 5,110,020 safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine doses with the people of Bolivia. This includes 4,102,020 Pfizer and 1,008,000 J&J doses. Of the 5,110,020 vaccine doses, 100% were donated in partnership with COVAX.

The United States is committed to leading an international and coordinated effort to accelerate access to safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines to meet global needs. The United States is working with other governments and partners including COVAX, Caricom, and the African Vaccine Acquisition Trust (AVAT) to protect communities from COVID-19 and apply lessons from this pandemic to enhance health security now and in the future.

Learn more about our work Delivering Vaccines and on COVID-19 Recovery.

U.S. Relationship

U.S.-Bolivia Relations

The United States established diplomatic relations with Bolivia in 1849 following its independence from Spain. In recent years, the bilateral relationship between the United States and Bolivia has been strained by the Bolivian government’s decisions to expel the U.S. ambassador and U.S. law enforcement and development cooperation agencies. Despite these challenges, the United States maintains a strong and respectful relationship
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Bilateral Economic Relations

The United States is one of Bolivia’s top trade partners. U.S. exports to Bolivia include machinery, vehicles, aircraft, optical and medical instruments, and agricultural products. U.S. imports from Bolivia include silver and jewelry, crude oil, tin, Brazil nuts, and other agricultural products. Bolivia is generally open to foreign direct investment, but legal uncertainties include regulatory changes called for in the
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